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    What temperature do you use on your washer and dryer to prewash your fabric? Hot or warm.
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    I use cold for wash and reg. setting for drying

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    Quote Originally Posted by MicheleVG
    I use cold for wash and reg. setting for drying
    Same here.

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    Cold and regular.

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    Warm & regular : )

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    Warm or hot for wash (reds, flanels and batiks in hot), and regular (hot) for drying.

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    Cold for most, warm for batiks. Just a 30 min. hot dry.

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    I do alll my machine washing on warm, and reg. for drying.

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    Warm here too, except hot for flannels.

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    Hot and regular dry but take them out when still slightly damp. They iron up easier that way.

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